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Great-grandson of Rhema Bible Church founder granted early release from prison

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Posted at 2:19 PM, Dec 03, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-03 15:19:26-05

The great-grandson of Rhema Bible Church founder Kenneth Hagin was granted early release Monday after being sentenced to an 8-year prison term back in December 2017

Blake Hagin was found guilty of using a vehicle in the discharge of a weapon.

The Tulsa's District Attorney's office said Hagin, along with Gordan McAuliff and Sevey Price, was granted early release.

Officials said the three will serve the remainder of their sentences on probation.

Broken Arrow Police arrested Hagin, McAuliff, and Price in connection with a drive-by shooting back in March 2017.

Officers said shots were fired from a car at a home near the intersection of North Cypress Avenue and West Madison Street around 4:45 a.m.

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